Costa Group teams with iTrazo to launch digital traceability platform for increased consumer engagement.

Australia’s leading avocado grower and marketer, Costa Group, has teamed up with trace technology leaders iTrazo TraceTech to develop a digital traceability platform for their Lovacado avocados.
Launching across major and independent retailers nationally this March, Costa’s Lovacado Shepard avocados, grown in Central Queensland, will have a QR code integrated into the fruit stickers to enhance business supply chain traceability and increase consumer engagement.

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iTrazo has joined hands with Caason Group to bring paddock to plate traceability

Trace technology market leader iTrazo is excited to announce a partnership with Caason Group to bring paddock-to-plate traceability to its products.
iTrazo aims to support Caason’s paddock-to-plate aspirations by providing a technology platform that can then be used for farm management and livestock decision-making, particularly on remote properties such as Caason’s 4000sqkm Northern Territory cattle station, Aileron Station.

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Tracing the movements and wellbeing of cattle in remote North Queensland from our home offices in Brisbane and Melbourne

Despite the world being in lockdown and the borders closed, Melbourne based iTrazo TraceTech is proud to be part of the exciting developments happening with Brisbane-based company Ceres Tag.
Ceres Tag is the world’s first and only commercial direct-to-satellite livestock information platform with proprietary smart ear tag for the supply chain network for biosecurity and provenance.

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